Tunguska – The Great Siberian Thunderbolt

by / on October 22, 2015 at 2:39 am

Tunguska: The Great Siberian Thunderbolt – Part 4

I concluded last article on the great Tunguska Event by presenting preliminary information about the extraordinary optical phenomenon in the atmosphere with which it was associated. All over northern Eurasia in the days following the mighty blast the sky showed forth a striking spectacle of brilliantly colorful sunsets and silvery glows that lasted throughout the night. For several days there […]

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by / on October 16, 2015 at 10:43 pm

Tunguska: The Great Siberian Thunderbolt – Part 3

This article is the third in a series describing one of the greatest and most mysterious natural events in modern history. On June 30, just after 7 a.m. local time, in the year 1908, eyewitnesses in a remote region of Siberia experienced a demonstration of the awesome power of cosmic events to affect life on Earth. 107 years later we […]

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by / on October 15, 2015 at 2:39 am

Tunguska: The Great Siberian Thunderbolt – Part 2

On the morning of June 30 in the year 1908 a mighty explosion occurred in the skies over eastern Siberia. As a result of this explosion more than 800 square miles of old growth taiga forest was instantly blown over and nearly 100 square miles immediately below the blast epicenter was utterly incinerated. The cause of this blast has been […]

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by / on October 6, 2015 at 10:10 am

Tunguska: The Great Siberian Thunderbolt – Part 1

In several previous articles I described some of the major climatic and environmental shifts occurring in the third and fourth millennia BC that were associated with dramatic transitions in human social and cultural patterns, shifts that led to the demise of the relatively harmonious goddess worshiping cultures and the rise of martially oriented patriarchal cultures. Significant changes in climate were […]

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